Murray says if he can return to 95 percent of his best he can still compete for the game’s biggest prizes.
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Three-time grand slam champion Andy Murray underwent hip surgery Monday but he is optimistic about his chances of returning in time for Wimbledon and believes he can still challenge for major titles.The twice Wimbledon champion and reigning Olympic champion has made it back from surgery before after having an operation on his lower back at the end of 2013 .He went on to win a second Wimbledon title in 2016 and played arguably the best tennis of his career.Last year, however, his hip began to cause concern at the French Open where he reached the semifinals and he was walking with a limp throughout Wimbledon.While he faces the possibility of almost a year out in total, Murray says if he can return to 95 percent of his best he can still compete for the game's biggest prizes.
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